Today’s woman has to deal without a lot of different health issues ranging from mental health through natal care. As a society, we should all cherish the people who could be or are the mothers of our children. Unfortunately, we don’t always put enough time and resources in addressing the health issues that are important to our women. Things are better than they were prior, but there’s still a ways to go. Thanks to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, we now have one week devoted to women’s health. The DHHS calls it “National Women’s Health Week.”
About National Women’s Health Week
Each year, the DHHS sponsors National Women’s Health Week during May. The actual week starts on Mother’s Day and concludes at the end of the following Saturday. In 2019, this wonderful week of celebration regarding women’s health will start on May 12 and end on May 18.
Throughout the nation, a great number of important health organizations will be sponsoring events to bring awareness to the health concerns of women. In some places, women will get access to free health screenings as well as education about important health issues. The will also get access to information about nutrition and exercise for women of all ages.
Supporting Women’s Health at Selah House
Every day of every week of every month of every year, Selah House deals with women’s health issues. Specifically, we treat eating disorders and mental health issues. Therefore, we are proud supporters of National Women’s Health Week at our women’s eating disorder treatment center in Indiana. We will do everything in our power to help women as well as bring more awareness about the effects of eating disorders. Through time, we hope our efforts will bear fruit. Until then, our counselors and clinicians will continue helping women live a life free from an eating disorder.
Treating Women at Selah House
In our Anderson, Indiana location, we devote a lot of time and effort helping girls and women, ages 12 and up. For generations, eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia have been ravaging our female population. By applying a number of holistic treatment methodologies, we are making a difference for our female clientele. Here’s some information about our facility and services:
- 24-hour board certified psychiatry and nursing care
- On-site minor medical procedures
- We offer inpatient, residential, and partial hospitalization levels of care
- Family-style meal monitoring
- We offer individual, family, and group therapy
- Maintain two comfortable and inviting home-like settings
First, we hope you will join us in celebrating National Women’s Health Week. If not before, this would be the perfect time to address your own health concerns. If you have concerns about an eating disorder, the staff at Selah House would be proud to help you. For more information about our services, please call us at [DirectNumber].